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sean: now at noon, 15 years a piece of the world trade center moving through new hampshire this morning. white is being delivered to a town in canada. hayley: tracking a few showers moving through town right now. when this pattern changes. sean: he is accused of screaming at a police officer come epping man went to court. and what brought down as he could bill -- a zika bill in the senate for the third time. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy.
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center is moving to the granite state. good afternoon. i'm sean mcdonald. jen crompton is in seabrook as a convoy of firefighters bring a piece of the building to a small town in canada. jen: a piece of the world trade center is passing through new hampshire and firefighters from 4 states are here to accompany it on the ride. a convoy of firefighters from new york and massachusetts rolled on 95 in seaburg heading north. st of the few remaining pieces of the world trade center. as the 15th anniversary of 9/11 nears, it is being gifted to a small town in canada that took in thousands of passengers grounded. motorcycles joining in as the conway picked up more firefighters from maine. >> it is a way to help to bring
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that we haven't forgotten and will not forget. jen: the piece of the world trade center. tonight in maine and move on to canada tomorrow. jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. sean: thanks. right now taking a live look out at hampton beach. pretty dark out there as hermine continues to linger off to the south of new england leaving the granite state with some light rain. hayley lapoint with the forecast. hayley: looks choppy. be careful if you have plans to be your the water the next few days to the storms out there is the storm continues to churn. it is very weak at this point and spinning. it needs something to push it off to the east and that will happen but not for the next day or two. in the meantime, showers and
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portions of the state. up in the north, you guys are seeing sunshine right now. in lebanon, 79. whitefield, 79. 71 in concord. the other story is the humidity. feels like you are stepping into the tropics. finally, we will see some relief from all of this and get some sunshine in your and drier weather and dry humidity, too. i will talk about when that happens in a few minutes. sean: who allegedly screamed for a police officer to shoot him remains in jail. this is a recent booking photo of 22-year-old joseph meserve. he faces several charges including criminal threatening and simple assault. during today's arraignment, meserve was so agitated that he left. the hearing continued with just his lawyer. police say on monday, meserve slashed himself with razor blades, then demanded to be shot. an officer tasered meserve, but before he could be restrained, meserve allegedly kicked two
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police in atkinson are investigating a deadly car accident. it happened around 9:30 last night on pope road. police say it appears 64-year-old francine jolivet was leaving a driveway when the vehicle sped across the road and hit a large rock. jolivet was not wearing a seatbelt and passed away at the scene. a man charged in connection with a hit-and-run in laconia is due in court today. 54-year-old juan padua was arrested yesterday on charges including felony conduct after an accident. police say he hit a bicyclist at the intersection of court and fair sts off from the scene. a tractor-trailer driver is recovering after crashing his rig in woodstock. woodstock fire says next and happen on route 118 -- the accident happened on route 118 roger clemens 30 the afternoon. the driver hurt his leg and went to the hospital. it took eight hours to clear the
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some granite state residents may hear low flying fighter jets today. the national guard and civil air patrol will be doing exercises in lebanon and franklin. you could see low-flying f-15's shadowing civilian planes. again, this is only a training exercise. with less than a week until the new hampshire primary, democratic and republican candidates for governor faced off in two different debates here at news 9 last night. the republican candidates agreed on a few topics, like supporting donald trump for president, and not supporting a state minimum wage. state senator jeanie forrester, executive sununu, manchester mayor ted gatsas, and state representative frank edelblut drew differences on the drug crisis. and mental health background checks to buy a gun. >> the problem we have with this arbitrary mental health list is it opens a whole world of confusion and privacy issues when it comes to who's classified as being mentally ill. >> if they've been adjuticated in a court of law, they should
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officers. if they were on this list they wouldn't have been able to buy a gun. >> i actually have been endorsed every term i've served by the nra. i believe that we have to be very careful about what we do with mental health records. >> mental illness is not a crime and as suh, individuals should not be forfeiting their constitutional rights because of that mental illness. sean: democrats colin van ostern, mark connolly, and steve marchand are all vying for the governor's seat. all 3 candidates f a aggressive approach on the opioid crisis, although marchand is the only candidate who would legalize marijuana and use the tax proceeds to pay for more state services. >> i am the progressive choice for governor. i'm the only one here that voted for bernie this spring. i'm the only one 100% against both northern pass and the death penalty. i'm the only one with a plan for paid family leave. >> i've been endorsed in this race by a majority of all democratic state lawmakers in the state of new hampshire and
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hillary clinton's steering committees in the state. >> i have some 4 years of experience in the private and public sector, and i've fought and won for new hampshire families. that's the kind of leadership i will bring to the governor's office. sean: all 3 candidates said they are also in favor of a $300 million commuter rail project to connect nashua and manchester with the mbta. our granite state debates continue tonight when the republican candidate for senate face off. tomorrow, the second congressional district debate. and on friday, top all start at 7:00 on wmur, wmur.com, and the mobile at. it's a centenial celebration for what has become the biggest single fair in the northeast. the big-e kicks off in west springfield, massachusetts, on september 16 and runs through october 2. one fair tradition, the big e cream puff. looks yummy. they expect to sell about 50,000
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new foods along with the cream puff. they have this year a blueberry pierogie sundaes. fried is a big thing at the big e. we're doing chocolate bacon french fries. we're also doing special navajo tacos. you put all the ingrediants in the middle and they are fried. sean: yes, yes, yes, and yes for all those. the fair expects to attract more than 1 million visitors. new hampshire day is september 23. fighting over fundin on high alert. police in france find a car parked with explosives near a famous landmark. hayley: still lots of clouds. when this system finally pulls away and what we are expecting for the weekend. sean: and then in today's "cook's corner," we're whipping up a heart
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woman: the executive council voted along party lines,
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it was devastating. birth control, cancer screenings -- they were all cut back. plunkett: it was colin van ostern who got that funding restored and helped expand medicaid, too. i'm colin van ostern. i was raised by a single mom, and we didn't always have health insurance. that's why, as governor, i'll make sure no one gets left behind. narrator: new hampshire, think a minute about kelly ayotte the politician. ayotte claims she's independent, then goes to washington and votes with the koch brothers 90% of the time. she takes millions from wall street and big drug companies, and then votes to put their agenda before everyday families. higher drug prices and cutbacks to our medicare. so, think about it: new hampshire can choose the special interests' senator with kelly ayotte... or a people's senator, for a change. i'm maggie hassan
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sean: police say a terrorism investigation is underway in france after a car parked near the notre dame cathedral was found with gas canisters inside. the car was discovered sunday morning with its hazard lights on, no license plates, and no one inside. six canisters filled with gas were in the trunk. the couple that owns the car is now in custody. france is on alert after a
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fight over funding. lawmakers are speaking out after another failed attempt to fund the battle against zika. more aerial spraying expected to begin this week in miami. abc's marci gonzalez has the latest. marci: spraying for mosquitoes from coast to coast. communitites battling against zika but the fight for federal funding to protect against the >> the motion is not agreed to. marci: the $1.1 billion bill approved by the house now failing a third time in the senate, with democrats blocking it because of an included provision that would keep money from going to planned parenthood. senator rubio: my message to both parties and both chambers for this month is simple and straightforward. zika is not a game. marci: concern over zika growing with 7 new cases transmitted in
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the virus. >> all of them were acquired outside the continental united states. marci: the cdc saying it is out of money to spend on zika. >> is the funding is an available now, six to nine months from now we will see babies being born with severe brain damage from a birth defect that is preventable. marci: end of the month to approve a spending bill that could include funding to fight zika or could risk a government shutdown. sean: hurricane newton made landfall in mexico overnight as a category one storm before weakening to a tropical storm. two people were killed and 3 others missing when a shrimp boat capsized in the gulf of california. the storm slammed the baja peninsula with winds up to 90 miles per hour. right now the storm is making its way torward arizona and new
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the remnants of hermine. hayley: nothing just won't -- that thing just won't go away. it is sitting in spinning. a cold front will push it off. couple days in humidity and the clouds and talk about extended forecast coming up. sean: also, coming up in "cooks corner," we're making a delicious and healthy fruit salad. now time for our u local hot shot. annie mae the goat spent the day hiking with her friend gordie. yeah, wow, look at that. you can submit your pictur u local members by logging onto ulocal.wmur.com. oil wells in new hampshire? you'd think so the way kelly ayotte voted. ninety percent with the big oil koch brothers.
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lly ayotte campaign contributions. corporate special interests are spending millions supporting her campaign... like the koch brothers. kelly ayotte: paid for by big oil; voting for big oil. not working for us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. kelly ayotte: thanks, buddy. kelly (voiceover): i'm kelly ayotte. and when i take the plate for new hampshire... i'm up against a political machine that plays dirty -- throwing millions in false, negative ads... because new hampshire deserves better. that's why i'm batting for good-paying jobs, to protect social security and medicare... ...and help families pay for college... i approved this message because no matter what they're throwing at me...
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i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. michael hayden: if he governs consistent with some of the things he said as a candidate, i would be very frightened. gillian turner: he's been talking about against our western european allies. max boot: this is not somebody who should be handed the nuclear codes. charles krauthammer: you have to ask yourself, do i want a person of that temperament controlling the nuclear codes? and as of now, i'd have to say no.
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lapoint and your storm watch 9 forecast. hayley: some of us dealing with sick, low cloud -- thick, low clouds, drizzle. look in the northern part of the state, huh? sunshine of their and blue skies. in the great lakes region, brightening in the skies.
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here. areas to the west and north, things will be brighter for you. you are further away from what is left of hermine. we have a splattering of scattered showers and light the result. all of these are super light. you see the lighter green color. these are just very light, quick sher enough to dampen the roads. they will keep temperatures on the cool side. here is what is left of hermine, spinning like a top. we are continuously getting these occasional showers and clouds and the humid air along with it from storm system to we need a frontal boundary finally sweep out the system and move it off to see.
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it is a couple days away. you see the rain showers by chicago and the midwestern states. have another day and much of tomorrow with the same old same old. much cooler at the coast line. clouds and showers lingering. 69 in rochester and portsmouth. 72 in concord. 79 in lebanon. 79 degrees in whitefield and littleton. dew points very it feels sticky animals like a tropical air mass when you step outside. tomorrow's know better and will probably get worse before the weekend. the time today where you need the ac on in the car and the house just to take the edge off the moisture. we will continue with the clouds and maybe some sunshine breaking through, especially in the northern and western portions of
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here comes the front. that is going to free us of the system. maybe a few thunderstorms. friday, we will dry out and see the clouds breaking apart. today, scattered showers, monday day -- muggy day, temperatures in the 70's to low 80's, depending on whether the sunshine comes out. tomorrow, highs in the mid 80's with the transfer of you thunderstorms. a your 90 in some communities on friday. saturday, upper 80's. next week, little cooler. sean: all right, we are going to try to brighten your day with a little salad in "cook's corner." we are joined by linda and charlie from making strides against cancer. you literally have been volunteering for the first time for a couple hours, three on tv.
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salad from the american cancer society cookbook and you can get it at cancer.org and you can use whatever fruits you would like to prepare the fruit salad and we will top it with a healthy yogurt dressing and poppy seeds. sean: i know kids would like something like this. strawberries. linda: blueberries. you can do it with any kind of fruit. you can do it with apples and pears. whateverru mind. what did you put on here? charlie: poppy seeds. linda: and i used to vanilla yogurt to make the dressing healthy. you can find a cookbook on cancer.org. it is healthy eating to decrease the risk of cancer. sean: and of course, not only good for you, put it is good, too. good fruit. linda: it is delicious.
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linda: yeah, sean, we give it me of making strides against breast cancer. in the state of new hampshire and all around the country, but i want to talk about the state of new hampshire. breast cancer awareness walks. what you can do is participate and fundraising any of the walks throughout new hampshire. we have one in nashua, exeter, dover, concord, peterborough. like i said, we do have a website. find the closest walk to where you are and reside in the state of new hampshire. by all means, register and participate. sean: and as soon as you can start raising money. linda: absolutely. that is seven elite the logic behind you -- that is definitely the logic behind the walk. sean: you can take the whole family out. linda: we have children's
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they paint the horses' toenails. yeah, children's activities at all walks. all kinds of pink events and stuff like that. the main reason for the walk, of course, is awareness for breast cancer. sean: one more time, the website. linda: makingstrideswalk.org. sean: linda and charlie, thank
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new hampshire college students are packing their backpacks and heading back to school. and thanks to kelly ayotte, along with the textbooks and pencils, many students are carrying more student loan debt. student loan interest rates. because she sides with special interests looking out for their own bottom line, not our kids'. for new hampshire students and families, kelly ayotte is a heavy burden we can't afford. senate majority pac is responsible
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sean: a rare baby white whale was spotted swimming with its mom off the australia coast. -- splashing around in the ocean with other whales in this footage from a drone. right whales are the rarest of all large whale species. very few right whales are born this color, to. marine scientists say this guy will turn grey in about a year. you can spotted a million miles away any note it is a baby. hayley: he is kind of cute. be ready for more of the same year, the doom and gloom.
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tomorrow, maybe some rumbles of thunder, too. temperatures in the mid-80's tomorrow at close to 90 on friday. sean: i want sunny and comfortable to come back and replace doom and gloom. tonight at 5:00, a stubborn brush fire burning for three days now. tech fans, the day you have been waiting for good apple is releasing its newest tactic. that does it for us.
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